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Rising temps, a juicy governor’s race, a persistent pandemic, and more
Light a Fire
From salmon to stewardship to wildfire repair and more, these organizations are putting our planetary health front and center.
Cami Hughes and Gabriel Granillo
Now in its 12th year, the Oregon King Tides Project uses crowd-sourced visual documentation to map tidal events and rising sea levels.
PNW author and conservation biologist Thor Hanson talks to us about his new book Hurricane Lizards and Plastic Squid.
Historically, a pool was unexpected in Portland-area backyards. But given climate change and COVID, they are hot commodities.
The Oregon Humanities letter writing project is accepting climate-themed letters now through October 4.
We've been here before, in June and July of 2021. But concrete change to help the region stave off unnecessary deaths has been slow to materialize.
Hoping to help those impacted by the Bootleg Fire? Here are nine organizations to support.
The US Senator told us about the clean energy proposal, his personal reasons for funding mental health first response teams across America, and his conviction that nobody should bet against Portland.
We chat with Jola Ajibade, an assistant professor at PSU, about the record-breaking heat wave that slammed the Pacific Northwest and the need for adaptation ...
Too Good to Go, newly launched in Portland, connects customers with local restaurants and stores to pass on their end-of-day surplus.
Newly expanded to Portland, Ridwell is here to recycle things you never knew you could.
“Looking at fire seasons in the west over the past five to 10 years, it’s likely to be like this or to get worse as climate continues to change.”
For those of us who love Oregon, this is a time of grief.
A team of firefighters from a central Mexican city has arrived in Southern Oregon.
Thousands around the state are under evacuation orders as multiple fires rage, fanned by high winds.
This time, GOP Senators are joined by their counterparts in the Oregon House.
From farm-to-table restaurants to bike commuting and city-wide composting, Portland is known as a national leader in sustainable living. Lesser known, perhaps, is that the Rose City is at the epicenter of a sustainable local flower movement.
The world has Greta Thunberg. Portland has Charlie Abrams and Jeremy Clark.